Freight shipping from Arkansas to Mississippi is easier than ever with FreightCenter. Our simple quoting and booking process will enable you to get instant freight rates from all the top shipping companies and start booking your freight shipments in a few short minutes. FreightCenter makes it affordable to ship freight from Arkansas to Mississippi by LTL, Truckload, Rail, or Intermodal with our guaranteed competitive freight rates.
Natural gas production has increased over six times in the last decade. Arkansas produces over four percent of the United States consumption. Energy consumed in the state in lead by coal power plants. These plants produce over fifty percent of all the state's electricity. Natural gas-fired and nuclear are the next two major contributors to electrical power. Hydro-electric and biomass are the last two major contributors for the state's power consumption. Power consumption is equally divided between residential, commercial, industrial, and transportation usage. Arkansas is working on renewable energy sources. Solar energy is being targeted with three solar photovoltaic generation facilities. More solar generating facilities are targeted to be built in the upcoming years. There are currently no utility-scale wind generation facilities located in the state. There are four natural gas utilities and twenty-four electric utilities. Hydroelectric energy ranks Arkansas in the top fourteen states for production. Transporting equipment and supplies for the energy sector requires freight shipping. Our services specialize in supporting Arkansas energy power companies and affiliates. We save our customers money by instantly comparing rates from top ranked services in the US. You will see instant results showing you pricing and estimated delivery times. Booking is easy online or contacting our dedicated sales staff.
Mississippi is located on the Gulf Coast and has a thriving population center at the Mississippi Delta. The terrain is fairly level and the weather is mild, allowing for easy road transportation. Because the state has extensive waterways and railroads, Mississippi freight shipping is well-prepared for handling the agricultural materials produced along the Mississippi River. The harvest season peaks in the summer months, when Mississippi freight shipping rates becomes cheaper for inbound goods. Mississippi is one of the poorest states in the nation, which leads to a limited volume of goods moving into the state. LTL freight shipping can be particularly expensive due to the lack of freight traffic moving through the state.